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DateNews
12 December 2019SOCIAL SPACE is OPEN!
11 November 2019Co-op chooses to support Social SPACE!
09 September 2019’SOCIAL’ SPACE EXTENSION TO OPEN NOVEMBER!
03 March 2019BUILDING TO START APRIL ON ’SOCIAL’ SPACE
03 March 2018GREAT NEWS! PLANNING APPLICATION FOR EXTENSION APPROVED!
07 November 2017Building on Success - New Social SPACE planned!

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SOCIAL SPACE is OPEN!
Thursday 12 December 2019

The new extension at South Bookham SPACE has been completed and has welcomed its first activities; Ashtead Netball Club and Toni Wolf’s Breath To Move Yoga (see attached photos).

Social SPACE is large enough for social events of up to 20 people, meetings of up to 12 and small Pilates or Yoga style classes. It has its own kitchen and a balcony overlooking the Outer SPACE multi-use games area and Bookham Tennis Club courts.

To cater for all there is stair-lift access and an audio loop, plus a Smartboard and projector making it ideal for coaching and education.

Building of Social SPACE was made possible by funding generously provided by The London Marathon Charitable Trust, Mole Valley District Council, the Thomas Flack Trust Fund, Bookham Tennis Club, Garfield Weston Foundation and Bookham and Horsley Rotary Club as well as individual donations by local residents, all of which supplemented funds from the charity’s own reserves built up over the past eight years.

Major thanks also go to all those that attended the various events organised by Bookham Tennis Club which raised over £8000 towards the total cost of around £130,000.

Social SPACE has now been chosen to benefit from the Co-op Local Community Fund to help provide the furniture and fittings for the new facility. Co-op Members can choose SPACE as their local cause by going online at www.coop.co.uk/membership.

The new Social SPACE facilities are ideal for smaller classes and can be hired together with Outer SPACE floodlit multi-use games area and changing rooms to create a self-contained sports complex.